This Friday, April 1, the United States celebrated the Day of the Innocents, better known in these lands as April Fool’s where brands especially come up with various pranks to play tricks on their customers.
It is a good time to invent new products, flaunt great promotions that do not exist and also confuse people through social networks.
This time companies like Google, Twitter, Budweiser and several others took advantage of the influence of Twitter especially to unleash creativity and memes.
We invite you to see the best pranks that flooded social networks this Friday, April 1 by April Fool’s.
A Twitter edit button (?)
we are working on an edit button
— Twitter (@Twitter) April 1, 2022
The world’s smallest PC, courtesy of retailer Newegg.
Tech video creator Marques Brownlee teased his millions of fans with a Serious Apple Polishing Cloth Review.
Sinology wants to return to the floppy era with this FloppyStation.
Introducing Synology FloppyStation.
With more than 5.75MB of total storage capacity and transfer speeds of almost 115kbps, the FPS422+ is ready for even the most demanding workflows. Coming soon. pic.twitter.com/90N331eL1N
— Synology Inc. (@Synology) April 1, 2022
Grass HyperX Keyboard
for anyone who’s ever been told to go touch some grass, we gotchu 🌎💚
— HyperX (@HyperX) April 1, 2022
Budweiser joked about offering a $1,876-a-night stay at budbnb stables with access to a fully stocked bar.
Want to go on the ultimate hay-cation? Book our NEW Budbnb: and enjoy your stay with the World-Famous Budweiser Clydesdales!
That’s right, we’ve transformed the Stables into a one-of-a-kind hotel experience. Learn more in this thread. 🍺 pic.twitter.com/LN6c8MhGsm
— Budweiser (@budweiserusa) April 1, 2022
The Canadian Space Agency takes it with humor
What if we launch a new line of products available today only?
Any recommendations for more items? We know how creative you are! 😉 pic.twitter.com/cbxdDhA2lL
— Canadian Space Agency (@csa_asc) April 1, 2022
Duolingo has a lawyer who frees you from the owl.
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